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By ALBERT G. (EDITOR) INGALLS

1959 Hardcover version. First variation, 11th Printing clinical American. All pages seem to be fresh and crisp without highlighting, underlining or markings. pages are soft and shiny, simply beginning to just a little tan. great crimson leatherette taking a look forums with gold lettering. Corners and backbone just a little bumped. entrance board has one very small nick at most sensible. earlier owner's identify stamped in pink on inside of back and front forums and back and front fly leaves. now not ex-library. picture upon request.

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For the second time he had the heartbreaking job of dismissing large sections of his staff, about , all told. He arranged some compensation for them this time  the older workers, and those with families, would get more cash and longer notice than the younger ones. ¹⁰⁰ When he finished, a workman asked if he might speak. He wanted to thank the director for coming in person with the bad news and not just pinning up a notice announcing the dismissals. The other workers murmured their approval.

Did Milch believe this would be possible with four hundred million Reichsmarks a year to start with? * As early as this he was principally interested in bombing warfare as the best means of deterring an aggressor. ’¹⁰⁴ Never before had anybody spoken so vehemently to him, and of such grand plans. ¹⁰⁵ Milch asked for time to think it over. As things turned out, Hitler and Hindenburg failed to agree and Göring’s plan fell through. Milch met Hitler socially twice more before the Nazis came to power: once on  August at Göring’s Berlin apartment, surrounded by a dozen men later to occupy key positions in the Hitler government; and again a week later over a private luncheon at the Kaiserhof hotel, * General Giulio Douhet was an Italian strategist of the twenties; in his study The Command of the Air he had predicted that future wars would be determined by ruthless bombing operations alone.

In December  he and Milch reached agreement on the construction of a modern factory next to the old one at Dessau, concentrating on conveyer-belt production methods; while in February  the site was still an open field, three months later the buildings were complete and production had already begun. ⁶⁶ By the end of  the firm was employing four times as many workers as twelve months before. The fate of Professor Junkers, outlawed from his own home town and factory, remained an awful warning to all the other aircraft manufacturers.

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